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The relationship among element in a system in which events in various elements can occur independently -- adapted from (Perrow 1999, 8)

Sources

Perrow, C. 1999. Normal Accidents. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Discussion

Perrow is an authority on accidents in a system and the system characteristics that may cause them. This term is used in a reilience context.

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